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Wenger: Title race is open

According to manager Arsène Wenger, yesterday's result against Tottenham Hotspur leaves the title race open.

The 3-3 draw sees Arsenal drop to third in the table, with Chelsea moving ahead on goal difference.

Wenger said: "We have to get ready for the next game and fight as we do. "This team has a remarkable attitude. Even if, at the moment, we are not rewarded by the number of points.

"We are remarkably consistent because it was a difficult game tonight, with an average performance we would not have come away with a point. "We are on a 16-game unbeaten run but recently we haven't got enough points because of too many draws. "That's what we want to turn around until the end of the season. "Chelsea are now back in the race and they play Manchester United and Tottenham. "It's open and it is down to us to keep our faith and keep battling. "We will not always draw when we score three goals. "It was a special game tonight where, in the second half, we suffered physically."

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